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Authorised form of nameGibbes; Sir; George Smith (1771 - 1851)
SurnameGibbes
ForenamesGeorge Smith
Dates1771 - 1851
Dates and placesBirth:
1771
Death:
Sidmouth, Devon (23 June 1851)
Burial:
The Family vault, Woodborough, Wiltshire
ActivityProfession:
Physician
Education:
Exeter College, Oxford. AB (1792); AM (1795); MB (1796); MD (1799)
Career:
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; practised in Bath; Physician, Bath General Hospital (1804); Physician Extraordinary to Queen Charlotte (1819); retired from practice (ca 1835)
Honours:
Kt 1820
Memberships:
FCP (1804)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
18/02/1796
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Royal Society codeNA3660
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
L&P/10/132Paper, 'On the conversion of animal substance into a fatty matter' by George Smith Gibbes1795
AP/13/7On Ailmentary Substances12 October 1827
EC/1795/19Gibbes, Sir George Smith: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/13/394Copy letter from Theodore E James, to Dr J Murray Gibbes, Border Town, South Australia14 August 1896
L&P/10/76Paper, 'On the conversion of animal muscle into a substance much resembling Spermaceti' by George Smith Gibbes1794
L&P/10/107Paper, 'On the conversion of animal substances into a fatty matter much resembling Spermacet' by George Smith Gibbes1795
L&P/12/3Paper, 'On the galvanic process' by George Smith Gibbes1801
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